Register for Our Upcoming Garden Chats

All Garden Chats take place from 12:00-12:30pm on Zoom and require registration via the links below.

May 5  - Native Plants to Know

May 19 - The Basics of Container Gardening

June 2 - Low-Maintenance Gardening: Less Work, More Enjoyment

June 16 - How to Spot Invasives in Your Garden and What to do About Them

June 30 - Winning the War on Weeds and Still be Kind to your Garden

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How We're Helping Gardeners During COVID-19:

While we can't meet you in person until the health crisis ends, our volunteers are still active and available to assist you online.

We are currently offering virtual advice clinics, presentations and workshops via Zoom. Here are just a few of the many presentations we offer:

Spring Awakenings  |  Growing from Seed  |  Houseplants: Our Constant Garden  |  Landscaping with Trees and Large Shrubs



Gardening Guides

Our useful Gardening Guides provide introductory information for the home gardener about a broad range of horticultural topics.

Gardening Tips

Throughout the year, Toronto Master Gardeners post brief gardening tips on this site to help you with your seasonal gardening tasks.

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Plant 2 crops together. Consider each plant’s growth period, growth pattern, preferred season, and light, nutrient and water requirements. Different-season vegetables such as radishes with carrots. Small plants with big ones, such as radishes with broccoli. #springtasks #growveg ... See MoreSee Less
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Vegetables such as tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and eggplant are very susceptible to cool temperatures. Be patient and wait to plant them until BOTH day and night temperatures have warmed up to at least 10 C. #growveg #growingedibles #veggiegardening #springtasks #plantvegetables ... See MoreSee Less
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Do some of your grasses have an empty, dead centre? Cut them back to 10 to 15 cm and dig up the clump. Cut it in half and then quarters, with good roots on all. Remove dead or diseased parts. Replant the divisions, watering well and mulching. #maytasks #grasses #dividingplants ... See MoreSee Less
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